An Old Faithful ~ Pentax 6x7


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creampuff

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All the recent posts using film cameras has got me itching to start shooting a few rolls just for the fun of it.
Just got back one of my trusty toys from the past...
Now to get a couple of batteries and a few rolls of 120 film, not to mention building up arm strength... ;)




K20D DFA 50mm
 

sloth

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Nice to see the old classics being appreciated :)

I have its smaller brother - the Pentax 645 manual focus, great camera.
 

sloth

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Ah, found my photos.



Superb craftsmanship in that camera :) and with a little luck it will last another 20 years.
 

fengwei

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Ah, found my photos.



Superb craftsmanship in that camera :) and with a little luck it will last another 20 years.
Another beauty! Almost bought a 645N, but its size and weight put me off. Now I kinda regret.

Oh well, let's see how it goes. I might get a 645N or N II eventually :)
 

hjbyeo

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Yup, first hand experience when I was in Pentax Square / Forum. The 67 (newer one) and the 645 was in MINT MINT condition. Never tried these before, don't really know what it's capable of... Maybe you guys can share?
 

istDeS

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Phew, nice toy both of you have there creampuff and sloth.;)
 

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